A Terang man is back in the Warrnambool police station cells after being caught with 15 grams of methamphetamine in Hamilton overnight.
Hamilton police Sergeant Simon Bourke said the vehicle was intercepted in Hamilton's Coleraine Road about midnight.
The drugs have a street value of about $7500.
The 26-year-old Terang man was searched and 15 grams of what is believed to be ice was found in his clothing.He was arrested, interviewed and charged with a number of drug offences including trafficking.
The man appeared in Warrnambool Magistrates Court on Friday and did not apply for bail.
He cried in the dock as he was remanded in custody until October 28.
The man is very well known to police and has served jail sentences in the past for his negative interactions with police and drugs offences.
At the time of the offending he was on a community corrections order, which he commenced after serving 69 days in jail over drug and driving-related offences.
He was released from jail in late July.
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